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The court took its name from the " Star Chamber " or " Starred Chamber " which was built in the reign of King Edward II specifically for the meetings of the King's Council, though the origins of the name of the room itself are unclear.
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Last fall, after they took their hopes for entering Georgia to court, Judge Bootle ordered them to apply again.
However, he took the precaution of instructing a servant, Hushai, to infiltrate Absalom's court and subvert it.
The government took no action, and handed the final parts of Bakassi over to Cameroon on 14 August 2008 as planned, but a Federal High Court had stated this should be delayed until all accommodations for resettled Bakassians had been settled ; the government did not seem to plan to heed this court order, and did set the necessary mechanisms into motion to override it.
" Like most Americans then and since, Story took individualism for granted ; on that basis, he simply could not comprehend a rule that allowed a court to bind someone who had never been a party to litigation purportedly conducted on his behalf.
# Contempt " in the face of the court " ( not to be taken literally ; the judge does not need to see it, provided it took place within the court precincts or relates to a case currently before that court );
The Supreme Court of California, in affirming the disbarment, held that Rosenthal engaged in transactions involving undisclosed conflicts of interest, took positions adverse to his former clients, overstated expenses, double-billed for legal fees, failed to return client files, failed to provide access to records, failed to give adequate legal advice, failed to provide clients with an opportunity to obtain independent counsel, filed fraudulent claims, gave false testimony, engaged in conduct designed to harass his clients, delayed court proceedings, obstructed justice and abused legal process.
Constantine's rule, however, validated Diocletian's achievements and the autocratic principle he represented: the borders remained secure, in spite of Constantine's large expenditure of forces during his civil wars ; the bureaucratic transformation of Roman government was completed ; and Constantine took Diocletian's court ceremonies and made them even more extravagant.
It took a Federal court ruling in 1940 to establish that a recording artist had no legal right to control the use of a record after it was sold.
The tribunal suspended him for sixteen weeks, and although most people thought this was a fair ( or even lenient ) sentence, he took his case to the supreme court, gathering even more unwanted publicity for the club.
Jitō took responsibility for court administration after the death of her husband, Emperor Temmu, who was also her uncle.
In the end, the Fujiwara were destroyed, the old system of government supplanted, and the insei system left powerless as bushi took control of court affairs, marking a turning point in Japanese history.
In 1768, when court intrigue prevented the performance of La Finta Semplice ( K. 51 ) for which a twelve-year-old Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart had composed 500 pages of music, Mesmer is said to have arranged a performance in his garden of Mozart's Bastien und Bastienne ( K. 50 ), a one-act opera, though Mozart's biographer Nissen has stated that there is no proof that this performance actually took place.
Some older composers in Naples, notably Zingarelli and Paisiello, were inclined to intrigue against the success of the youthful composer, but all hostility was rendered futile by the enthusiasm that greeted the court performance of his Elisabetta, regina d ' Inghilterra, in which Isabella Colbran, who subsequently became the composer's wife, took a leading part.
However, it took a few more decades until the new regulation was universally accepted and the new court actually began to function ; only in 1512 would the Imperial Circles be finalised.
Colonel Inestroza later stated that deporting Zelaya did not comply with the court order: " In the moment that we took him out of the country, in the way that he was taken out, there is a crime.
* The armed seizure of six-year-old Elián González and his return to his father, who eventually took him home to Cuba ; Elián's mother and stepfather had died in a dangerous trip by sea, and though his U. S. relatives had lost custody to his father in court, local officials did not enforce the ruling.
Castiglione's tale took the form of a discussion among the nobility of the court of the Duke of Urbino, in which the characters determine that the ideal knight should be renowned not only for his bravery and prowess in battle, but also as a skilled dancer, athlete, singer and orator, and he should also be well-read in the Humanities and classical Greek and Latin literature.
The club's creditors, including the Royal Bank of Scotland, took Gillett and Hicks to court to force them to allow the board to proceed with the sale of the club.
Now he took his place at court with scholars, poets, and humanists, in a climate that fostered an appreciation for elegance and complexity.
According to an alternative version, Malcolm's mother took both sons into exile at the court of Thorfinn Sigurdsson, Earl of Orkney, an enemy of Macbeth's family, and perhaps Duncan's kinsman by marriage.
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Accordingly, if it is not repealed by the Congress at its present session, I shall have no alternative thereafter but to direct the Secretary of Defense to disregard the section unless a court of competent jurisdiction determines otherwise.
In the grand court of the Palace, notable for its tiers of Moorish galleries that looked down on the maelstrom of vehicles below, Vernon's station was at the entrance.
Litigants who choose to assert federal claims in a state court go into that court subject to its rules of procedure.
The jury also commented on the Fulton ordinary's court which has been under fire for its practices in the appointment of appraisers, guardians and administrators and the awarding of fees and compensation.
The jury said it found the court `` has incorporated into its operating procedures the recommendations '' of two previous grand juries, the Atlanta Bar Association and an interim citizens committee.
Sometimes, the appellate court finds a defect in the procedure the parties used in filing the appeal and dismisses the appeal without considering its merits, which has the same effect as affirming the judgment below.
Under this standard, the appellate court gives deference to the lower court's view of the evidence, and reverses its decision only if it were a clear abuse of discretion.
An affidavit is a type of verified statement or showing, or in other words, it contains a verification, meaning it is under oath or penalty of perjury, and this serves as evidence to its veracity and is required for court proceedings.
image: Goeldoric06390141. JPG | Doric columns support the roof of the lower court which forms the central terrace, with serpentine seating round its edge.
To give a schematic scenario by way of illustration: two men have clashed in the assembly about a proposal put by one of them ; it passed, and now the two of them go to court with the loser in the assembly prosecuting both the law and its proposer.
One of the circles in which this poetry and its ethic were cultivated was the court of Eleanor of Aquitaine ( herself the granddaughter of an early troubadour poet, William IX of Aquitaine ).
Arbor Day reached its height of popularity on its 125th anniversary in 1997, when David J. Wright, noticed that a Nebraska nonprofit organization called the National Arbor Day Foundation had taken the name of the holiday and commercialized it for their own use as a trademark for their publication " Arbor Day ," so he countered their efforts, launched a website, and trademarked it for " public use celebrations " and defended the matter in a federal district court in the United States to ensure it was judged as property of the public domain, the case was settled in October 1999.
Also, the court pointed out that, while Canada has the power to amend the line of succession to the Canadian throne, the Statute of Westminster stipulates that the agreement of the governments of the fifteen other Commonwealth realms that share the Crown would first have to be sought if Canada wished to continue its relationship with these countries.
A court case allowing the União do Vegetal to import and use the tea for religious purposes in the United States, Gonzales v. O Centro Espirita Beneficente Uniao do Vegetal, was heard by the U. S. Supreme Court on November 1, 2005 ; the decision, released February 21, 2006, allows the UDV to use the tea in its ceremonies pursuant to the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
Four months after the court victory, the common ingredients of ayahuasca as well as harmala were declared stupéfiants, or narcotic schedule I substances, making the tea and its ingredients illegal to use or possess.
One play, The Demi-Virgin in 1921, prompted a court case because of its suggestive subject matter, including a risque game of cards, " Stripping Cupid ", where a bevy of showgirls teased the audience in their lingerie.
The use of abeyance in such instances can allow such an organization to ' settle ' with the party without officially binding its actions in the future, should a new group of decision makers within the organization choose to pursue taking the dispute to court.
She once had a neighbour's donkey castrated while looking after it, on the grounds of its " sexual harassment " of her own donkey and mare, for which she was taken to court by the donkey's owner in 1989.
Herald-Traveler Corp. fought the decision in court — by this time, revenues from channel 5 were all but keeping the newspaper afloat — but its final appeal ran out in 1972, and on March 19 WHDH-TV was forced to surrender channel 5 to the new WCVB-TV.
In 2000, after the U. S. version of the CBS program " Big Brother " premiered, the Estate of George Orwell sued CBS and its production company " Orwell Productions, Inc ." in federal court in Chicago for copyright and trademark infringement.
Told largely in the form of a first-person memoir, it concerns the rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem by Nehemiah, a Jew who is a high official at the Persian court, and the dedication of the city and its people to God's laws ( Torah ).
The first was the late 7th century Deuteronomistic reform of official Judean religion under king Josiah, who banned many elements of the old polytheistic cult from the Temple, and the sudden collapse of Assyria and the rise of Babylon to take its place ; the second was exile of the royal court, the priests and other members of the ruling elite following the Babylonian destruction of Jerusalem c. 586 BCE.